JULIA Gillard’s “Misogyny Speech” is considered one of 10 items of audio content material which were have been inducted into the NFSA’s Sounds of Australia registry in 2022, it was introduced right this moment (December 13).
Along with the then Prime Minister Gillard’s well-known 2012 speech, present affairs reporting within the choice for the 12 months contains 17 hours of radio broadcast reside by Radio Redfern on January 26, 1988, when greater than 40,000 folks took half within the largest march in Sydney because the Vietnam moratorium.
The primary identified audio from an Australian Governor-Normal makes the record, as does “Stayin’ Alive” by The Bee Gees, a reside live performance recording from the Horrie Dargie Harlequintet, which turned Australia’s first gold file, Jack Lumsden’s battle tune “Digger” and the theme tune from “Neighbours”.
The jingle “Out With The Outdated And In With The New”, which helped introduce Decimal forex to Australians in 1965, together with Sister Janet Mead’s No 1 pop-rock model of “The Lord’s Prayer” additionally be part of the record.
The NFSA’s Sounds of Australia registry was established in 2007. Sounds are nominated yearly by a public vote and voted on by a panel of audio trade consultants. The NFSA selects them on the energy of their cultural, historic and aesthetic relevance, and their potential to tell or replicate life in Australia.
The 2022 Sounds of Australia, in chronological order, are:
- Farewell tackle, Hallam Lord Tennyson – 1904
- Digger, Jack Lumsdaine – 1942,
- Horrie Dargie Live performance, The Horrie Dargie Harlequintet – 1952
- The Drover’s Dream; The Bullockies’ Ball, The Bushwhackers – 1956
- Out with the previous and in with the brand new [decimal currency jingle], Ted Roberts (lyricist) – 1965
- The Lord’s Prayer, Sister Janet Mead – 1973
- Stayin’ Alive, The Bee Gees – 1977
- Neighbours theme tune, Barry Crocker (Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent) – 1987
- Bicentenary protest protection, Radio Redfern – 1988
- The Misogyny speech, Julia Gillard – 2012
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Ian Meikle, editor